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Simple Diorama

August 1, 2019

Today’s card was inspired by the multilayer diaorama card I shared with you all earlier.  I wanted to create something similar that was also a little easier to achieve.  For this card you only need two pieces of card.  I used Whisper White as the card base and stamped the sea image from the High Tide stamp set across the centre using Bermuda Bay ink.  I cut an oval from the other piece of Whisper White card using the Layering Ovals Dies.  The card pieces are cut to standard card size and scored at 1/2″ and 1″ on either end.  I stamped the small sailing ship from the Come Sailing stamp set three times onto Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink and cut them out using the co-ordinating Sail Away die.  I stamped the lighthouse from the Come Sailing stamp set onto Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating die. I attached the lighthouse to the left hand side of the oval cut out and one of the sailing ships to the right hand side of the oval cut out.   Laying this piece over the stamped piece for placement, I attached another of the sailing ships to the stamped background.  I did want to add a little more dimension to this card, so I attached the last sailing ship to a strip of Window Sheet and holding the pieces together for placement, trimmed the Window Sheet so that the ship would sit between the other two sailing ships.  The Window Sheet is attached between the right hand sides of the card.

I didn’t add a greeting and I probably should have stamped some birds onto the background piece but I like the simplicity of this card and the fact that it would be easy to create.  I’d love to hear what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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I can’t seem to get the Layering Ovals Dies to show up as an icon but you can see it in my store.

 

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